The Westminster Nanpeidai

Grosvenor’s second “Westminster” branded residence to launch in Tokyo, located just minutes away from lively Shibuya.

The Westminster Nanpeidai, made up of 52 residential units, is aimed at individuals, families and couples looking for exceptional design in a cosmopolitan but tranquil Tokyo neighbourhood.  The building is located in Nanpeidai, a quiet and comfortable area within walking distance to both Shibuya and Daikanyama stations, and one of Tokyo's most desirable residential addresses.

A distinguised history

From prime ministers to celebrities, Nanpeidai has been home to a long line of high-profile residents.

Echoes of its fascinating past can be found all around.  For instance, the historic Oya-ishi stone walls remain from the Showa post-war period.

It is the first Japanese development for the award-winning British architects Eric Parry Studio, known in the UK and around the world for their pioneering work.  The property has been meticulously refashioned from an existing building, completed in 2004 by the studio of the architect Junzo Sakakura, who worked for the great modernist Le Corbusier. Everything from the garden sculptures to the lighting is bespoke and designed to work together with the existing architecture.  The building also features the work of two Japanese master craftsmen, stone artist Masatoshi Izumi and celebrated traditional mud plasterer Syuhei Hasado, creating a striking courtyard amid a residence of great quality.

The Westminster Nanpeidai is Grosvenor’s second “Westminster” branded residence to launch in Tokyo, following in the footsteps of award-winning project The Westminster Roppongi.  As The Westminster brand expands, it is fast becoming synonymous with contemporary living for a sophisticated, international and diverse audience.

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